Hands down to the most expensive spare parts in the history of FA CUP

Holders Manchester reached the quarter finals of this season FA Cup, their progress over championship side Blackburn Rovers was not exquisite, they made history nonetheless on Sunday 19 February 2017 by naming the most expensive bench in the Cup history.

Below are the salaries and wages of the players named by Jose Mourihno as reserves in pursuit of the title defense .The Portuguese had more than £192.5million worth of talent to call upon

Jose Mourihno named Paul Pogba, the £89million midfielder Paul Pogba – the most expensive player in the history of the game as part of his substitues in the FA Cup against Blackburn Rovers. The player later come on to provide the assist for top striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to score the winner with quarter an hour remining. (Photo EPA)

 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has scored 24 goals for Manchester United this season in all competitions joined the Old Trafford club from Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent. The 35-year old who came off the bench to score the winner against Blackburn Rovers earns £260,000 per week at Manchester United. (Photo EPA)

 

The Spaniard midfielder cost £42.5m when David Moyes bought him from Chelsea three years ago. He replaced forward Marcus Rashford in the closing stages of the 2-1 win over the Rovers. (photo EPA)

 

Hard tackling defender Eric Bailly cost Manchester United £30m signing fee from Villarreal in the summer, The Ivory Coast player was however not used as United advanced to the quarter finals of the FA Cup. (Photo EPA)

 

Defender Luke Shaw , was not used on Sunday when Manchester United beat Blackburn Rovers 2-1. The 21-year-old coast united £30m after after completing his move from South Hampton two years ago. (Photo EPA)

 

The World Cup winner, Bastian Schweinsteiger may have been a veteran when he arrived in Manchester, but even he cost £6.5m. The former bayern Munich man is on a £200,000 a week salary. he was not used against Blackburn. (Photo EPA)

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